Hello guys, I would like to present sites that you visit for design inspiration.
The Best Designs is a wonderful spot to view high-quality XHTML and Flash designs. They tag each design with relevant keywords (i.e. – Bold, Colorful, CSS) so you can narrow down your search to the particular look you’re attracted in.
CSS Remix is (according to their tag line): “A Fresh Blend of the Best-Designed Web 2.0 Sites”, though there are some non-Web 2.0 themed sites included as well. With over 14,000 RSS readers, CSS Remix is definitely a prime destination for designers looking to check out the work of other designers.
CSS Mania is a regularly updated CSS-based web design gallery that includes many design genres. At present, it has over 10,000+ websites in its collection. Though the reader who suggested CSS Mania frequents this site, he warns (and I agree): “They aren’t as particular about the quality of the designs they present, but there are definitely some gems in there.”
Screenalicio.us has over 9,800 designs for you to see. The users have the capability of rating each design based on a 5-star rating system and the ability to give feedback for each entry. You can sort the designs based on ratings and time submitted.
CSS Divine is a CSS-based design aggregate website. You can do a color search by clicking on the color palette at the side bar, and it’ll narrow down the gallery to themes tagged by that particular color. There are plenty of categories including Art, Business, Clean, and Portfolio.
Design Snack, according to their tagline, is “The designer’s showcase that you control”. Design Snack features XHTML and Flash designs. You can customize the way the designs are displayed, vote on individual entries, and browse by color.
art & design portal is the work of the Amsterdam-based web design agency, Strangefruit.nl webdesign. SF art & design portal features hand-picked, innovative, creative art and design sites. You can browse by category, style, color, and even country.
Design Shack is an exclusive repository of first-class CSS-based web designs. They look for designs that “stand out from the crowd”. They also have a Tutorials section that features web design lessons.
CSSloaf brings together designs from 35 other showcases so that you don’t have to go all over the place to see the latest designs. They feature large screenshots so that each design is visible; no need to strain your eyes on tiny thumbnails.